New method reduces carbon emissions from zinc oxide rotary kilns, boosting profits for zinc smelting industry

The zinc smelting industry is facing new challenges in meeting China’s carbon peak and carbon neutrality targets. To address these challenges, researchers from Central South University in China have developed a control method that reduces carbon emissions from zinc oxide rotary kilns while maintaining high profits. Their findings have been published in the journal Engineering.

An intelligent control method reduces carbon emissions in energy-intensive equipment

A research team led by Professor Tianyou Chai from Northeastern University, China, has developed an innovative intelligent control method for the low-carbon operation of energy-intensive equipment. This research, published in the journal Engineering, presents a significant step towards reducing carbon emissions in the process industry.